The gamma-glutamyl cycle and amino acid transport. Studies of free amino acids, gamma-glutamyl-cysteine and glutathione in erythrocytes from patients with 5-oxoprolinuria (glutathione synthetase deficiency)

The New England Journal of Medicine
L HagenfeldtR Andersson

Abstract

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